Events

  Find out more about the benefits of bio-diesel at our May Open House. See first-hand how bio-diesel is produced from waste cooking oil and try it in your diesel car using our new Green & Go biofuel station - no conversion necessary, just fill and go!   Local governments and local business fleets located within the Cowichan Valley who are seeking more sustainable fuel...
COWICHAN BIODIESEL BLENDING STATION (OFFICIAL OPENING) 2 PM THURSDAY, June 27th, 2013 Located at the CVRD Bings Creek Recycling Drop-Off Depot at  3900 Drinkwater Road, North Cowichan, British Columbia Cowichan Energy Alternatives (CEA), the Cowichan Bio-Diesel Co-op (Co-op) and the Cowichan Valley Regional District (CVRD) invite you to the official launch of Vancouver Island’s first...
  Are you concerned about the fuel we are using for cars and its consequences on our health and the environment? It’s no secret that the world’s fossil fuel stores are diminishing.  One solution to this crisis is to run our vehicles and machinery on vegetable oils. Vegetable oil is a renewable resource and can be derived from multiple sources including algae that...
Collective Biofuels Conference, Cowichan Valley 2011
During August 5 to 7, 2011 CEA and the Cowichan Biodiesel Co-Op hosted the Collective Biofuels Conference (CBC). The CBC brought together renewable energy experts, enthusiasts and interested beginners to discuss all things biofuels, with a focus on biodiesel. The conference included topics such as feedstock, biodiesel production and distribution. There were discusions about alternative fuels...

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